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How to Pull a Cop Over and Ask for His ID for Violating the Law! Priceless!

Wednesday, September 16, 2015 10:53
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We, the people, are sentinels of our liberties and cops are NOT above the law…no matter how much they may think they are.  If you see a cop (which is simply a citizen with a badge, uniform and gun) doing something illegal, it is perfectly within your rights as a human being to hold him accountable.  And its NOT petty to hold our police accountable.  Government, as shown by their actions, disdains the people and we can’t allow that in any shade at any time! 

In this video, Gav Seim pulls a cop over for violating the law.  Here’s how its done.  Visit Gav’s channel and consider subscribing:

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    LOL…Actually I like the way the police officer handled this. It looks like the officer considered the comments and took them to heart. So this officer is one of the good guys. As much as I agree with the idea that the people should hold their officials accountable, and this includes our elected officials, I caution that this is the best way to handle it. It might have been better if the person pulling over the officer just took a few pictures of the vehicle and went directly to his sheriffs department and notified the authorities they were in violation of this law by requiring their officers to do police business in these unmarked vehicles.

    With the occasional wacko out there targeting officers, I can see where this may not have had such a congenial ending. Otherwise, excellent heads up! :wink:

  • A policeman is more than a badge, uniform and gun. He or she is sworn to uphold the law and to serve and protect citizens, even those who should be weighted and thrown over a bridge. They are the ones who are running towards the gunshots when others are running from it.

    • 100% Agree. Something goes wrong and these idiots are the first ones on the phone dialing 911.

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